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Book review( Leadership tool kit) Bryn Hughes.
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Christian Perspective of Leadership: Analysis of Bryn Hughes’s Leadership Tool Kit Course and code Date Name of student Name of Institute Christian Perspective of Leadership: Analysis of Bryn Hughes’s Leadership Tool Kit In his book, Leadership Tool Kit, Bryn Hughes offers several perspectives of what good leadership should be like.
Hughes’ observes that leaders should explore motives and outline key result areas amongst other things. In essence, Hughes does not only dwell on ethical leadership, but also on professional competence in leadership. He seems to affirms strongly that leadership is God chosen and should be treated with the seriousness and responsibility it deserves. Hughes sees leadership as a state of mind of a person who is visionary and spiritual. He also sees leadership to be defined by sound character. The author also analyses that good motives of a leader should be to share with other so that they can achieve together as a team. His understanding of motives is leadership is also pegged in Bible teachings on leadership. He analyses in various ways that proper motives are the key drivers for any success as a leader. One may see that although he focuses on doing the right thing from the Biblical context of righteousness, his leadership tools also blend well in the context of organizations in the contemporary societies. One may also note that when Hughes explains the concept and the relevance of motives to Christian leadership, he also captures on the teachings of Jesus about what constitutes sins. Jesus on His part observes in the Bible (Mathew 5:28) that whoever has looked at a woman lustfully has committed sex with her. ...
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